Jenny Lerew discovers a superrare storybook with
beautiful concept drawings from the “Dance of the Hours” sequence in Fantasia.
An excellent compilation of clips highlighting the work of overlooked animator
Pat Matthews from 1940s Walter Lantz cartoons.
Thad Komorowski nominates
this piece of Jim Tyer animation as the “best eating scene ever in an animated cartoon.” It’s a great bit of animation but I want to hear your nominees.
Mark Evanier writes about a rare piece of Gene Deitch animation on YouTube: the opening titles to the
TV series (1960), produced by Deitch’s own company, Gene Deitch Associates. Mischief Makers
Michael Sporn offers a frame grab set of Richard Williams’s animated titles for the 1966 live-action feature
. A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum
Certainly quite a bit different from this amusing theatrical spot for Johnson’s cleaners that Richard Williams directed in the 1960s.
(Williams ad via Poptique)